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|2017.||Riverhead Books||388 pages ; 24 cm||English|
11 copies, 2 people are on the wait list.
Aurora Hills - Adult Fiction
Central - Adult Fiction has 4
Cherrydale - Adult Fiction
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|||Harcourt Brace Jovanovich||xiv, 194 pages ; 21 cm|
Central - Adult Fiction
Plaza - Adult Fiction
|2005.||First Harvest edition.||Harcourt||lxviii, 225 pages : map ; 21 cm.|
1 copy, 1 person is on the wait list.
Central - Adult Fiction
When a notorious millionaire banker hangs himself, his death attracts no sympathy. But the legacy of a lifetime of selfishness is widespread, and the carnage most acute among those he ought to be protecting: his family.
Meanwhile, in a wealthy suburb of Glasgow, a young woman is found savagely murdered. The community is stunned by what appears to be a vicious, random attack. When Detective Inspector Alex Morrow, heavily pregnant with twins,
"Christopher Moore is a very sick man, in the very best sense of that word." —Carl Hiassen
A magnificent "Comedy d'Art" from the author of Lamb, Fool, and Bite Me, Moore's Sacré Bleu is part mystery, part history (sort of), part love story, and wholly hilarious as it follows a young baker-painter as he joins the dapper Henri Toulouse-Lautrec on a quest to unravel the mystery behind the supposed "suicide"...
Madame Bovary (1856) is the French writer Gustave Flaubert's debut novel. The story focuses on a doctor's wife, Emma Bovary, who has adulterous affairs and lives beyond her means in order to escape the banalities and emptiness of provincial life. Though the basic plot is rather simple, even archetypal, the novel's true art lies in its details and hidden patterns. Flaubert was a notorious perfectionist and claimed always to be searching for...
Award-winning and bestselling author Wallace Stegner takes on the hippy generation in a novel of "crackling vividness" (New York Times Book Review).
Joe Allston, the retired literary agent in Stegner's National Book Award–winning novel The Spectator Bird, returns in this disquieting and keenly observed novel. Scarred by the senseless death of their son and baffled by the engulfing chaos of the 1960s, Allston and his wife, Ruth, have...
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